As an inventor, you may have asked this question: how do you know if your idea is worth patenting? You’re not alone. Many inventors wonder whether or not their ideas are worth the time and cost of patenting.
Arlyne Simon doesn’t want to be a statistic. She is a biomedical engineer, patent-holding inventor, author, and entrepreneur. Today, that puts her among a very small number of women—especially women of color—but Simon is on a mission to change that. An Interview with Arlyne Simon Each month, our Journeys of Innovation series tells the stories…
Lamon Patent services is proud to announce the completed patent portfolio and market launch of Chickfly. Chickfly is the first of its kind fly that works for women, no zipper, no fastener. Chickfly pants were created to solve the bathroom problem that women face every day. Our patented fly is held together by tension, creating a seamless, flattering, soft, and easy-to-use feature in the most comfortable and stylish basic black pants that every woman needs.
Perfecting an invention requires weeks of searching, initial engineering, testing prototypes, testing markets and more, which takes resources and time most people do not have when navigating daily routines of high stress careers and family.